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adapt
to change onself or change something to become suitable for a particular condition or use
adopt
to make something one's own
adept (at, in)
good at doing something that is quite difficult
affect
(v)to inluence or impress, to impress or feign or assume
effect
(v)to cause or bring about
(n)result, purpose, or influence
afflict
to torment or distress someone or someting
inflict
to impose punishment or suffering on someone or something
altogether
entirely, completely
all together
as a group
allusion
an indirect reference to something
illusion
a false, misleading, deceptive appearance
beside
next to
besides
in addition to
emigrate
to leave on country for another country
immigrate (to)
to enter a country to take up permanent risident there
eminet
prominent or outstanding
imminet
likely to happen soon or is impending
lay
to place or put something
simple past:laid
lie
to recline, lying position
simple past:lay
past participle:lain
farther
spatial distance
further
additional
hanged
someone's execution
hung
the suspension of object
incredible
unbelievable
incredulous
doubtful or skeptical
later
when talking about time
latter
the second one of a group of two
loose
(adj)free or inexact, nor firmly fastened
lose
(verb) lose something
principal
(adj)chief
principle
(noun) rule or law
discrete
separate
discreet
prudent
it's
it is
undetermined
not decided
indeterminate
not precisely established
idiom

just as
idiom

as too